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The title of this article is conjectural.
This ship was a vessel attacked and split in two by the Kraken for unknown reasons.
One day while sailing through the ocean, this ship would suddenly come under attack from the mythical Kraken. Most of its crew were killed, and the ship was split in half. Jack Sparrow told Will Turner that this ship was the Flying Dutchman, though it transpired that the real Dutchman surfaced next to the wreck while Will was on board. On board the ship, Will encountered the crew in various conditions. There was a crew member manning some rigging, one hid behind a cargo net and another hung from the rigging, apparently dead. Another crew member was spouted onto the deck, only for Will to find that his face had been sucked off by the Kraken's suckers.
The ship's crew were soon attacked by the Dutchman's crew along with Will. They were then faced Davy Jones to be recruited onto the Dutchman. The ship's chaplain was killed by Davy Jones' crew, because he told them not to listen to Davy, while others were recruited along with Turner (who never actually swore an oath). What happened to the wreck of this vessel afterwards is unknown.
Behind the scenes Edit
- This ship was portrayed by the slightly altered set of the destroyed Edinburgh Trader.
- In the Dead Man's Chest video game Jack Sparrow personally boards this ship and fights some undead crewmen before the Flying Dutchman rises out of the sea and he sends Will Turner to board it.
- In the At World's End video game this ship looks like a ship of the line.
- Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (First appearance)
- Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (video game)
- LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game (Non-canonical appearance)
|Other ships in Pirates of the Caribbean|